Does holding hands under hot water kill all viruses. Too much soap make my hands dry and cracks skin.
I'm retired, so no problems there. I' not going to be paranoid over this virus, so, I think I'll just keep using only water.A lot will depend on what you do with your hands for a living. Are you an automobile mechanic? Drywall? An office worker? Garbage collector? Nurse?
I'll bet you could brush your hands in a bowl of 3% hydrogen peroxide, brushing the complete area with an appropriate duration. Don't rinse in water. Leave brush in bowl. One cloth drying towel will last you all day. Assuming pen and paper work.
It should promote hand crack healing. Let us know.
Thanks, but I was wondering, specifically, if heat is enough to destroy germs, since I think milk is pasteurised at 60'C, and my dishwasher is also 60'C. Not having a thermometer, I don't know what the maximum temperature I could tolerate is, but I guess 55 or 60.Water alone is better than not washing, absolutely. There are also a number of hand sanitizers out there that will not dry out or your skin as much as most soaps. I hope you find a solution that works well for you.